The Multi-Tester plus/pro software cassette is the component that gives the diagnostic equipment its unique test characteristics: All data required to make the test system operate are stored on the software cassette. The software cassette can be easily replaced enabling the Multi-Tester plus/pro to be rapidly adapted to the trouble-shooting job at hand. These Trouble-Shooting [...]
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AIM has developed special applications for many of the most popular ECU: by special applications we mean user friendly systems which allow to easily connect your ECU to our high tech data loggers: user needs only to install harness between the logger and the ECU. Once connected, the logger displays (and/or records, depending on the [...]
June 8th, 2008 · No Comments
Soldering iron: I have a Weller soldering unit whose power is variable from 0-40W. I used around 20-30W during the de-soldering process, and 40W when soldering in the socket 1/16″ or 1/8″ soldering braid: soldering braid is a flat braid of fine copper wires. It is used to wick away molten solder. To use [...]
September 11th, 2008 · No Comments
Nearly all engines found in modern vehicles are fitted with a number of sensors and an Electronic Control Unit, which is often referred to as an ECU. The function of the engine sensors is to constantly send information to the electronic control unit (ECU) which monitors the performance of various areas of the engine.
August 9th, 2008 · No Comments
The MoTeC M4, M48 & M8 are powerful and compact programmable Engine Management Systems or Engine Control Units (ECUs)
The M4 ECU has 4 Fuel Injector outputs and is referred to as a 4 Group Engine Management System.
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The Nemesis uses both of the original multi-pin connectors to link with your bike wiring loom, no changes are necessary, but remember it is VITALLY important to re-connect the 6mm ground connector. Nemesis also re-uses the cast aluminium ‘heat sink’ from the IAW 5.9 ECU, this can be removed and re-fitted to Nemesis using a [...]
September 17th, 2008 · No Comments
The A-240 “E” series automatic transmission is electronically controlled. Transmission shifting and torque converter lock-up are controlled by an Electronic Controlled Transmission (ECT) Electronic Control Unit (ECU). Control unit is referred to as the ECT ECU.
NOTE: ECT ECU is combined with the engine ECU into one unit. This control unit is referred to as [...]
September 16th, 2008 · No Comments
The A-140E automatic transmission is electronically controlled. Transmission shifting and torque converter lock-up are controlled by an Electronic Controlled Transmission (ECT) Electronic Control Unit (ECU). Control unit is referred to as the ECT ECU. NOTE: ECT ECU is combined with the engine ECU into one unit. This control unit is referred to as the engine [...]
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SECTION 1: PRE-INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS:
Step 1: Remove the negative battery cable. Before removing the battery cable, verify that you have the “anti theft” radio code. It is usually located in your owner’s manual. If you cannot find the radio code, take your car to your local Honda dealer so that they can retrieve the code through [...]
August 14th, 2008 · No Comments
I suggest doing this all before installing the clutch pedal, it is a tight spot to work in.
1. REMOVE Park Neutral Relay 175
2. Pull out the socket for the 175 to get access to the wires CRUISE CONTROL HOOKUP portion
3. Cut the GREEN/BLACK wire (pin #5) close to the 175 socket and connect to [...]